Ive been on and off learning/trying to learn how to code using program apps such as MIMO and PYTHON; have some experience with command prompts on terminal or virtual machines with both iOS and open source but still need help with coding languages
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I would first ask what your motivation is for learning to code.
You may have to learn different tools based on which direction you wanna go. What you wanna work on. What kind of problems you wanna solve.
As a piece of general advice, I once heard someone say on Twitter (and I agree with them) that they always recommend newbies to start with HTML/CSS. Because the effects of what they're doing are immediately visible. Which initiates a positive feedback loop.
After that you just become unstoppable.
Hey @girluser , great question. I think everyone sorta goes about it differently, but below is what I did.
freeCodeCamp is a great resource. I also learned HTML at Codecademy, since they have a free course on HTML5.
Some people will skip HTML/CSS and go straight to a language, which is fine as well. One tip I'd have though is pick one language and learn that.
One thing I suggest to new peeps is to check out Ubuntu desktop.
Ubuntu is a Super Easy flavor/version/type (or distribution) of Linux. Linux is used everywhere too. Over 90% of all web servers, supercomputers or cloud uses Linux, IN THE WORLD.
By downloading it and trying it on your computer you can almost get a 'brand-new' computer. Well at least a brand new operating system. haha
The Ubuntu 'Community' is HUGE so you can usually find TONS of tutorials or help.
If you need more help or ideas let me know. ;))
If you want to dive deep at once, try to learn advanced python and then AI, ML follows. If you want to start from basics follow this order C, C++, Java, Python, DS, DAA, DBMS. After completing these basic concepts then you can choose your field like webd, appd, if not then AI or ML. I think this is the correct way to follow (in my point of view, no offence😂)
What are you specifically having trouble with?